What is the recovery rate of shale oil? And what year had the most major hurricanes in the past decade? These questions are from today's stock quiz and should give investors unique insight into oil and gas drilling and how small details can help your investments.
In this episode of Where the Money Is, Motley Fool energy analysts Taylor Muckerman and Joel South discuss the amount of oil left in the ground after oil companies extract shale oil, and the answer will probably surprise you. They also look into the hurricane season and find buying opportunities for investors looking to gain exposure to energy companies.
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